Dallas Road ~ Victoria, B.C.


Meanwhile, back to our Sister weekend in Victoria on Vancouver Island. Pondside gave me the great suggestion of walking along Dallas Road. We started out on Sunday morning after another fabulous breakfast at the Beaconsfield Inn and headed for Ross Bay Cemetery which happens to be on Dallas Road. Lana and I love old cemeteries and this one did not disappoint. My post with many photos from the cemetery will come on another day. Today here are the beautiful views along Dallas Road which we walked on our way back to the Beaconsfield Inn where Pondside would pick us up for our driving tour of Victoria. That post is coming later, also.


Victoria, BC Dallas Road area is an ideal spot for a walk, marine sightseeing, picnics and in the winter the area is a popular gathering spot for storm watching. The mostly paved waterfront walk way follows the coastline all the way to the back door of Beacon Hill Park and continues far beyond leading to sandy beaches.


Our walk along Dallas Road started at Memorial Crescent and ended at Cook St. where we turned off to head back to the Beaconsfield.


Flying proof we were in Canada!



There are so many great views in Victoria. My sisters and I appreciated being shown and directed to things we would have never seen on our own.

This week is a full busy week. Today I’ll be in the kitchen for a good chunk of the day. Tomorrow I’ll be on the road. How’s your week going?

Photobucket replaced all my photos with these blurred out versions and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

7 thoughts on “Dallas Road ~ Victoria, B.C.

  1. Have a great trip, Ellen!
    I’m in Ontario this week, and the views from home make me just a tad homesick for the cliffs and the ocean.

  2. Those pictures really spoke to me; you see, my late brother’s name was Dallas. To have a serene place with his name is somehow comforting. Funny, I just did a post in honor of him. It’s quite long so many haven’t taken the time to read it; but if you did; you’d see why I am touched by your photos of Dallas Road.
    Thank you so much!

  3. Oh, how pretty!! I love the refreshing look.

    It’s a crazy week for me too – just found out from an editor on two non-negotiable deadlines…. so, I will be working like a mad woman for the rest of this week and next week.


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